Some call it card stock, some call it cover, some just call it thick paper. All of these terms are essentially synonymous; but what exactly do they mean? Just what is card stock? Are you under the misconception that thick paper is synonymous with quality paper? We shed light on this misconception and other lesser known card stock facts.
Currently, the two most widely used color models are RGB(Red, Green, Blue) and CMYK(Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Key[black]) Both CMYK and RGB are color models that represent a specific subset of the color space visible to the human eye.
If you've ever tried folding thick card stock without scoring it first, you know it can result in a cracked, crooked fold and an unprofessional looking card. Don't be that person - score your card stock before folding! Learn how to score paper and which tools are best for the job in this article.
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Your users will be able to compare specialty paper types and their density ratings whether the specs are displayed in pounds, the North American standard, or in grams per square meter, the European standard. Here's how it works
We printed using both inkjet and laser technology on Carnival Linen Papers. Watch our video to see which technology proved to be better when printing on Linen
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